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Full text of "OLYMPIA Info Globe OL3000.2 manual"

Copyright 

© 2003, Wave Industries Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 

Reproduction, adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, 
except as allowed under the copyright laws. 
First Edition: Sep 2003 

Trademark Inrormation 

Olympia® 9 is a registered trademark of Olympia International Holdings Ltd. 

Disclaimer 

The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Wave 
Industries makes no warranty of any kind with respect to this information. Wave 
Industries shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or other 
damage alleged in connection with the furnishing or use of this information. 
Printed in China 



Contents 

Important Notes and Safety Instructions 3 

Features 4 

Main Unit 5 

Getting Started 6 

Normal Standby 7-8 

Demonstration Mode 9 

Time and Date 9 

Setting Time Mode 9 

Setting Date Format 9 

Setting Time and Date 9 

10 
Daylight Saving Time iu 

Personal Messages ^ 

Programming Personal Messages 1 1 

Setting Date of Message Display 12 

CallerlD 12 

Receiving Caller ID 13 

Viewing Caller ID List 13 " 14 

Timer ON/OFF 15 

Trouble Shooting 

1710 
Consumer Information 1/-10 

Warranty 



IMPORTANT NOTES AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 

When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed 
to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following: 

• Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, 
kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in wet basement, or near a swimming pool. 

• Avoid using a telephone other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. 
There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning. 

• Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak. 

• Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose 
of batteries in a fire. They may explode. Check with local codes for possible 
special disposal instructions. 

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 



• To prevent personal injury, damage to the unit, or other harm, read this manual 
in its entirety before operating the Info Globe. 

• Do not open the transparent cover and do not use it to lift or handle the message 
box. 

• This product is not a toy. Please keep it out of the reach of children. 

• Operation of this product in a manner inconsistent with the instructions given in 
this manual may result in personal injury and/or damage to the product and will 
void the warranty. 

• There are no user serviceable parts inside. Trying to open and/or alter the 
product will void the warranty and may result in the equipment being illegal to 
operate according to FCC regulations. 

• During normal operation the Info Globe produces slight vibrations, some of 
which are transmitted to the resting surface. This may cause other objects to 
creep/walk, fall, and/or break. Certain objects, such as compact disc players, 
may malfunction due to the vibrations. 

. For those who may experience headaches, dizziness, and/or other medical 
problems when viewing tlickering lights such as television screens and 
moving message display systems precaution should be taken while viewing the 
Info Globe display. 

• The rotating rod can take up to 30 seconds to begin steady rotations. 

. Some people get charged with static electricity when walking on carpeted 

floors, rub against certain fabrics, etc. Do not touch the Info Globe when 

electrically charged. 
. When the battery becomes weak the device shows BATTERY LOW. The user 

then needs to insert 3 new 'AAA' batteries inside the battery compartment. 
. The battery provides back up for time, date and message waiting settings during 

power outage. 



FEATURES 



CID name and number display 

Caller ID records - up to 54 records 

Real-time Clock 

Floating Messages (up to 30 characters) 

Built-in Year-round Greetings 

6 User Programmable Alert Messages 

Automatic Daylight Savings Time Adjustment 

Demonstration Mode 

Battery backup (keeps clock running for one week durin g power outage) 

Captivating animation 

Programmable Timer on/off 



MAIN UNIT AND KEY CONTROLS 




LEFT 

• Power up/down 

Press and hold key for at least 1 second (real time is supported during power down). 

• Press to go to left character setting. 

• Start/stop rotation in CID list view. 

• Press to exit menu and back to standby. 

RIGHT 

• Press to start Demonstration Mode. 

• Press to go to right character setting. 

• Delete record(s) in CID list view. 

• Press to ex it menu and back to standby. 

SELECT 

• Press to enter into menu entries for menu selection. Use UP/DOWN keys to 
locate desired setting. 

• Press to confirm menu entry. 

• Press again after confirmation to go back to main menu. 



UP/DOWN 

• Press to select previous / next page or character in setting. 



GETTING STARTED 

THE USER MUST MAKE SURE THAT 'AAA' QUALITY WORKABLE BATTERIES 
ARE INSERTED INSIDE THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT BEFORE PLUGGING 

INTO THE ELECTRICAL OUTLET. 



1) Place the Info Globe on a firm and level surface. 

2) To optimize the dramatic effect of the display, position the Info Globe against a 
dark 3-D background, such as books, plants. This will enhance the floating effect and 
display-contrast. 

3) Put the batteries into the battery compartment . 

4) Connect the power adapter and telephone cord into matching jacks on the under side 
of the base. 

5) Plug the power adapter into the electrical outlet. Plug the telephone cord into the 
telephone socket. 

6) The Rod inside the device starts rotation. 

7) Once rotation is steady, the LED turns on with the standby display. 

8) The Info Globe is now in the normal standby mode. 



NORMAL STANDBY MODE 

During normal standby mode the following are displayed 

Caller ID Information 
Preset Message 

Holds 54 Caller ID Records 

New Calls 

The number of new calls in the call log will be indicated as shown: 

There are 5 New Calls In Call Log 

Details of Last New Message 

Timothy 18665370384 



Message Waiting 

Message Waiting 



Note: Message Service needs to be subscribed from Telephone Company. 

Time Display 

This shows the time and date as set. 

Messages 

Built-in Time related Year-round Greetings 

Good Morning 

During 00:00- 11:59 (12:00AM - 1L59AM) 



Good Afternoon 

During 12:00- 16:59 (12:00PM - 4:59PM) 

Good Eyening 

During 17:00 -23:59 (5:00PM - 1L59PM) 

User programmable Messages 

Users can program up to 6 messages to display at particular dates. 

As an example, HELLOWORLD 

Olympia Info Globe 

OLYMPIA INTOGLOBE. This is not shown when there are CID messages in standby. 



Built-in Year related Year-round Greetings 

As an example for the year 2002 



llylt 


Hu]id>v 


trrtilii]»s 


OI.Tnn 


















ft?;.Tan 












OUm 












l4Fch 






1 Apr 






l2Mav 




Happv Mothcrs Dav 


rthe r 1 **""*> 


















aMu 












26Mav 












27Mav 






(the la.-il Mondav in Mayl 






l6Jun 


KllUilt'* Day 


I lappv Father's Dav 


rihe l - ■"*»-'»* 






li-Uul 






HAM 












3lAun 






CSaturdav bcibrc Labor Dhv) 






OIScp 






{Sundav ImEdr Labor Danrl 






02Scd 


Ljibnr D«v 


Have a ha£mv Labor Dav weekend 


f First Monday in Septcmbcri 






OSScp 


GrandDarcnVs dfl.Y 


I lave A (jrand t iraridpareinits Dav 


(Thc Sum1av aftcr Labor Davt 






JlOcl 


tialEoween 


Boo..Have A SPCXXJC)KY Halloween! 


28Nov 


Thanki£ivtn£ Da^ 


C'uikuv Davs Arc Here! liiLpnv i'hanksfiiviitR 


fthc4' rliurada\ ofNov.) 






I : nmi ^Nm 




HLippv Holidavs 


■ Iht .(■■• :lI\ui rilJiLkyLLv[[^.dLiV) 






to2SDec 






Z9Dk 




Wishine You A Prosocrou^ Ncv» Year 






Haocv Hoiidays 


30D« 




lli.inp> Mnlidjw; 












Wiahioj You A Prosoecous New Year 








3lDec 




Wishinn Y(»lj A Prtisnerous New Yeai 






HaooY Holidays 



DEMONSTRATION MODE 

This allows the user to view a selection of displays. This includes: 

• Date format 

• Time format 

• Preprogrammed seasonal greetings 

• CID Information 

• Preprogrammed daily greetings 

• To activate and deactivate Demonstration Mode press RIGHT key for at least 1 second. 

Note: 

Caller ID information can still be received in this mode. 

The SELECT key is disabled in this mode. 

TIME & DATE 



Setting Time Mode 

The clock can be set to run on a 12-hour or 24-hour basis. 
l.Press SELECT key to enter the menu. 
2.Select SET TIME MODE in menu. 
3.Press SELECT key to confirm selection. 

4.Use the UP or DOWN key to toggle between 12 and 24-hour clock. 
5.Confirm selection by pressing SELECT. 

Setting Date Format 

Users can choose to have the order of month and day set in the date. 
1 .Press SELECT key to enter the menu. 
2.Select SET DATE FORMAT in menu. 
3. Press SELECT key to confirm selection. 
4.Use the UP or DOWN keys to set the order of day and month. 
5.Confirm selection by pressing SELECT. 

Setting Time and Date 

1 .Press SELECT key to enter the menu. 
2.Select SET DATE TIME MODE in menu. 
3.Press SELECT key to confirm selection. 

4.The Day or Month field is blinking. Use the UP and DOWN keys to select Day or Month. 
5.Use the RIGHT key to move along the string to the next location. 

6.The Day or Month field is blinking. Use the UP and DOWN keys to select Day or Month. 
7.Use the RIGHT key to move along the string to the next location. 
8.The Year field is blinking. Use the UP and DOWN keys to select Year. 
9. Use the RIGHT key to move along the string to the hour location. 

lO.The hour field is blinking. Use the UP and DOWN keys to select hour. 

1 l.Use the RIGHT key to move along the string to the minute location. 

12,The minute field is blinking. Use the UP and DOWN keys to select minute. 

Note: The order of Day or Month will depend on Date Format set. 

Time is also set upon receiving Caller ID information if the year has already been set. 



DAYLIGHT SAYING TIME 

The Info Globe features a hundred-year calendar with an automatic Daylight Saving 
Time (D. S.T) adjustment. 

Daylight Saving Time begins at 2am on the first Sunday of April. Time reverts to 

standard time at 2am on the last Sunday of October. 

That is, on the first Sunday of April, the clock increments from 1.59am to 3am. On the 
last Sunday of October, the clock falls back from 1.59am to 1 am. This is done 
automatically when the feature is enabled. If the feature is off, the clock increments 
normally from 1 .59am to 2am. 



1 . Press SELECT key to enter into menu. 
2. Select SET DST in the Menu. The current setting is shown. 



DST: ON 



DST:OFF 



The ON/OFF Field is blinking. 

3. Press the UP or Down keys to toggle between ON and OFF. 

4. Press SELECT to confirm selection. 
Note: 

The default value after power failure is Off 



PERSONAL MESSAGES 

Programming Personal Messages 

A maximum of 6 messages may be set in the following way. 

1. Press SELECT key to enter the menu. 

2. Select SET MESSAGE in Menu. 

3. Press SELECT to confirm. 

4. The (Eiwelope) characters are blinking. 

5. Use the UP and DOWN keys to switch between MSG 1, MSG2 to MSG6. 

6. Press SELECT on the chosen message. 

To Set Rate of Appearance of Message 

The current rate of appearance of the message is indicated: 

E.g. DAILY 



EJ 1: Daily 

Displayed on Feb 2. 

E) 1:Feb2 



Use the UP DOWN keys to toggle between either daily appearance and programmable 
date of appearance. 

7. To select daily appearance press SELECT key to confirm. 

8. To set date use the LEFT and RIGHT keys to toggle between Month and Date. 

9. The chosen field will blink and the UP and DOWN keys can be used to locate the 
appropriate Month or Date. 

lO.Press SELECT to confirm frequency of display and it will be ready for programming 
message with the following display 

[aT~ I 



To Program Message 

11. Use the UP and DOWN keys on the blinking field to scroll through the upper and lower 
case letters of the alphabet and numbers 0-9. 

12. Use the RIGHT key to move onto the next character. The LEFT and RIGHT keys may 
also be used to find the desired location for reselecting, editing, or deletion. 

13. Hold SELECT key to delete current character. If it is at the beginning of the line it 
deletes all the characters. 

Note: 

At any time during programming, Timeout or an incoming call will put the device into 

Standby mode. The setting is saved. 



ERASE AU MEMORIES 

The following procedure erases the Caller ID list and user programmed messages. Date, 
Time, Time Mode, Date Format, and DST are retained. 



1. Select ERASE MEMORY in the Menu. 

2. The words ERASE ALL? Appears. 

3. Press SELECT key to confirm. 

4. The word ERASED appears for 1 second and then returns to Standby Mode. 



CALLER ID 

(Note: This function applies only if you subscribe to a caller ID service) 

The Info Globe at all times, except during battery low and power down, will detect ringing 

with Caller ID. Twenty seconds after Caller ID information is received it will return to 

Standby. 

• Caller ID information will be received and stored in the call log which has a maximum 
number of 54 memories of 1 6 digits and 18 characters. 

• The last Caller ID received will be the first to be shown in the list. 

• When the Caller ID list is full the oldest caller ID is automatically deleted and the most 

recent caller ID is added. 

The following are possible Caller ID messages: 



UNAVAILABLE 

PRIVATE 

PUBLIC 

LONG DISTANCE 

MESSAGE WAITING 



Call from an area which does not provide caller ID information 

The other party is blocking name and number information 

Call from public payphone 

Long distance phone call 

There is a message left by a caller (requires subscription to 

telephone company for messaging services). 



Please see below for illustrations. 



Viewing CID List 

I. In Menu select CID LIST. 

The most recent caller ID is shown first. 

The following are messages that may be shown. 



01>11'04 12:30am - Timothy 1866537038 
CID wilh Naine and Number 



02>11/04 12:30am - 18665370384 



CID with Number Only 



1 03>1i;04 12:30am - Private 

CID with RcasOD of Absence of Number. 



|04>11/04 12:30am - Messags Waiting 
CID with Message Waiting Only. 



05>11/04 12:30am - MW 186653703 



CID with Meiisage waiting and Number available. 



06>11/04 12:30am - MW 1234567390 David Jones 
CID with Message waiting, Name and Number 



No CID 



There is no CID informaiion 






Note: 

For records that have a total number of characters and digits exceeding that, which can be 

stored, part of the message will be truncated. 



Pressing the UP key, displays the previous record in the Caller ID list. At the beginning 
of the Caller ID List, pressing the UP key will go to the last selection. 

Pressing the DOWN key displays the next record in the Caller ID list. At the end of the 
Caller ID List, pressing the DOWN key will go to the top of the list. 

Pressing RIGHT key once will delete the current displayed record 

Pressing and holding the RIGHT key for 2 seconds during Caller ID browsing, the 
following will be displayed: 



[DELETE ALL? 



Pressing the RIGHT key again will delete all CID records. 



If the RIGHT key is not pressed for 10 seconds the Info Globe will go back to the 
Caller ID list view. 



SETTING TIMER ON/OFF 

The unit can be programmed to turn on and off at a set time, e.g. turned off at 10:30pm 
and turned on at 6:00am. 

1. Press SELECT key to enter the menu. 

2. Select SET ON/OFF TIME . The current setting will be shown, e.g. 



0N:HH:MMTT OFF:HH:MMTT 

3. The hour setting HH for the ON time will be blinking. Use the UP and DOWN keys 

to select the hour. 

4. Use the RIGHT key to move to the minute location MM. 

5. Use the UP and DOWN keys to select the minutes. 

6. Use the RIGHT key to move to the time format location TT. This is to set AM or PM. 
If the 24- hour clock format has been chosen (see section on 'Setting Time Mode') the 
TT will not be displayed. 

Use the RIGHT key to move to the locations for setting the timer off time in the same 
way. 



7. Confirm the setting by pressing SELECT. 

Note: Caller ID information will not be received when the unit is off. 



TROUBLE SHOOTING 

1 . There is no rotation and display after plugging into an electrical outlet. 

Ensure that the AC adaptor is plugged in properly and batteries are installed properly. 

2. There is no Caller ID information being received. 

Check that Caller ID service is subscribed from Telephone Company. Ensure that 
telephone cord is plugged in correctly. 

3. There are sounds of vibration coming from base. 

Vibrations coming from the Info Globe are normal. However, check that the device is 
standing firmly on a level surface and that there are no other objects close to the Info 
Globe that may be producing the sound. 

4. Floating display looks faint 

Check that AC adapter has been plugged in properly. Place Info Globe against a dark 
background to obtain maximum illumination from floating display. 



5. Time and date are not retained during power outage. 
Replace battery and install a fresh one properly. 



CONSUMER INFORMATION 

This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements 

adopted by the ACTA. On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains, 

among other information, a product identifier in the format US: 

DDKNDO 1 BOL3200NNN. 

An applicable certification jacks Universal Service Order Codes (USOC) for the 

equipment is provided (i.e., RJIIC) in the packaging with each piece of approved 

terminal equipment. 

A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and 
telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC part 68 rules and 
requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular plug 
is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected to a compatible 
modular jack that is also compliant. See installation instructions for details. 

The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a 
telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not 
ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs 
should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be 
connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone 
company. The REN for this product is part of the product identifier that has the 
format US: DDKNDOIBOL3200NNN. The digits represented by 01 are the REN 
without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3). The REN is separately shown on 
the label too. 

If this equipment OL3000 causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone 
company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may 
be required. But if advance notice isn't practical, the telephone company will 
notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to 
file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary. 

The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations 
or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the 
telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary 
modifications to maintain uninterrupted service. 

Please follow instructions for repairing if any (e.g. battery replacement section); 
otherwise do not alternate or repair any parts of device except specified. 



Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public 
utility commission, public service commission or corporation commission for 
information. 



NOTICE: If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the 
telephone line, ensure the installation of this OL3000 does not disable your alarm 
equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, 
consult your telephone company or a qualified installer. 

Should you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact US Returns 
Center, Wave Industries, with the below information for warranty information. If 
the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company 
may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved. 

QUESTIONS?????? OUR HELP LINE IS 

1-866-537-0384 



This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the 
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and 
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that 
may cause undesired operation. 

WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the 
party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the 

equipment. 

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a 
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are 
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a 
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio 
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, 
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no 
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this 
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which 
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to 
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 



Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. 

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. 

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the 

receiver is needed. 

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help. 



WARRANTY 

This warranty covers any defect in material or workmanship for a period of one year from 

date of purchase. At our option we will repair or replace your unit. 

To enforce warranty call Wave Customer Service at 866.537.0384 for a return authorization. 
Upon receipt of authorization pack your unit properly including all cables and accessories 
included with your original purchase. Include in the packaging a copy of the original sales 
receipt or other evidence of date of original purchase. Print your name and address, along 
with a description of the defect and include this in the package. Please include payment for 
any service or repair not covered by warranty, as determined by Wave Industries. 

Ship the unit via a trackable method to: 

Wave Industries 
123 SE Second Ave. 
Portland, OR 97214 

Warranty does not cover batteries, damage from misuse or neglect, or acts of nature 
(lightning, floods, power surges, etc.) It also does not cover units, which have been modified 
or incorporated into other products, units which have been serviced by a facility not expressly 
authorized by Wave, or products purchased more than 12 months previous. 



This warranty gives you specific rights. You may also have other rights which vary from 
state to state.